Results tagged with 'youngblood theatre company'
Published March 3, 2014
If you are going perform a play about women's professional wrestling, it's a good idea to determine whether the characters are going to be real people or caricatures. That's one of the problems afflicting "Cementville," the dark comedy by Jane Martin that opened at UWM's Peck School of the Arts over the weekend.
Published Sept. 27, 2013
"Dying City" is a tough play, with many layers and a subtext that demands exploration. Youngblood has developed a reputation for staging provocative productions and this one is no exception.
Published Dec. 1, 2012
Leave it to the boys and girls of the Youngblood Theatre Company to set our heads a-spinning. Youngblood likes to talk about its theatrical efforts as being "cutting edge." Well, this time they cut the edge completely off and left us dangling on a ledge without a safety net below.
Published Nov. 20, 2012
Leave it to the boys and girls at Youngblood Theatre Company to continue their mission of bringing offbeat, challenging and colorful theatre to Milwaukee audiences. They are set to test and entertain us again when they open "Cartoon" Nov. 30 for a couple-week run.
Published Sept. 21, 2012
"Sally Sells Sea Shells at the Sea Shore." Nobody really cares about Sally, or her seashells or the seashore. It's just a silly exercise about getting your tongue around all those ridiculous words. That could easily have been "[sic]," the play by Melissa James Gibson that opened Youngblood Theatre's season Thursday night.
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